Davis, S., Smith, B. & Sambell, K. (2006). Can we ever improve feedback without additional resources?. York: n/a
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Sambell, K. (2011). Rethinking feedback in higher education: an assessment for learning perspective. England: Higher Education Funding Council
This discussion of feedback takes place in the context of growing arguments to change assessment in higher education so as to focus on learning rather than simply measurement.
Sambell, K. (2014). Informal feedback : feedback via participation. Hong Kong: Centre for the enhancement of teaching and learning (CELT)
This Briefing has been written by Professor Kay Sambell at the invitation of the HKU Wise Assessment Project. Its theme, capitalising on opportunities for informal feedback to...
Sambell, K. & Johnson, R. (1998, July). Assessment and the Expanded Text: students' perceptions of the changing English curriculum. Paper presented at Higher Education Close Up Conference, University of Central Lancashire, Preston
The question of how assessment impacts on what students study and learn, and the lifelong learning models individuals develop whilst at university, have been the subject of mu...
Sambell, K., Brown, S. & Graham, L. (2017). Professionalism in practice: new directions in learning, teaching and assessment in higher education. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9783319545516
This book acts as a highly practical guide for new and experienced lecturers, learning supporters and leaders in Higher Education; and offers plentiful examples and vignettes ...
Sambell, K. (2016). Assessment and feedback in higher education: considerable room for improvement?. Student Engagement in Higher Education Journal. 1(1)ISSN 2399-1836
Gibson, M., Nabizadeh, G. & Sambell, K. (2014). Watch this space: childhood, picturebooks and comics. Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics. 5(3), 241-244. doi:10.1080/21504857.2014.943013. ISSN 2150-4857
This is a special issue of Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics exploring the relationships of picturebooks and comics with notions of childhood. There have been productive re...
Sambell, K. & Graham, L. (2013). Engaging experienced students as academic mentors in support of the first-year experience: the Epistemic Apprenticeship Project. In Bryson, C. (Ed.). Understanding and developing student engagement, 203-217. ISBN 9780415843393, 9780415843386, 9781315813691
Sambell, K. (2012). Involving students in the scholarship of assessment: student voices on the feedback agenda for change. In Merry, S., Price, M., Carless, D. & Taras, M. (Eds.). Reconceptualising feedback in higher education: developing dialogue with students, 80-91. Taylor & Francis (Routledge). ISBN 9780415692342, 9780415692359, 9780203522813
This chapter focuses on an initiative which sought to promote and deepen students’ awareness, reflection and conceptual development with regard to assessment for learning (McD...
Sambell, K. (2012). Engaging students through assessment. In Dunne, E. & Owen, D. (Eds.). The student engagement handbook : practice in higher education, 379-396. Emerald. ISBN 9781781904237, 9781781904244
Sambell, K. (2012). Beyond face value: playing the game with 'Sara's face. In Waller, A. (Ed.). Melvin Burgess, 81 - 97. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9781137262806, 9781137262790, 9781137262820
Sambell, K. (2011). “Here’s looking at you, kid.’’ From Big Brother to Big Brother: teenagers under surveillance. In Ní Bhroin, C. & Kennon, P. (Eds.). What do we tell the children? : critical essays on children's literature, 182-195. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. ISBN 9781443837880
This chapter discusses the ways in which the young adult author, Melvin Burgess, engages with the theme of surveillance. It will focus on his 2006 novel, Sara's Face, arguing...
Sambell, K. (2011). ‘This was really different!' Alternative perspectives on the student experience of assessment: alienation and engagement. In Solomonides, I., Reid, . A. & Petocz, P. (Eds.). Engaging with learning in higher education, 185-208. Libri Publishing. ISBN 9781907471537
This chapter focuses on students' experiences of engagement in the context of assessment. It explores one case study, which formed part of a university-wide attempt to promot...
Sambell, K. (2010). Studying early childhood: Part 3 - visits, observations, placements and dissertations. Nursery World. 25, 15-18. ISSN 0029-6422
Most early childhood degrees include 'real-world' experiences in early years settings and a related final-year project or dissertation. Make the most of these learning opportu...
Sambell, K. (2010). Studying early childhood: Part 2 - reading, writing and producing assignments. Nursery World. 28, 15-18. ISSN 0029-6422
When studying early childhood at degree level, it's vital to become fluent in appropriate ways of talking and writing about relevant ideas and concepts. This helps you produce...